Florida Tech proudly makes substantial assistantship and fellowship funds available to highly qualified graduate students on a case-by-case basis. There is no additional requirement beyond the application for admission to be considered for available scholarships. For graduate assistantships, however, applicants must complete and submit the Assistantship Application.
Well-qualified students offered admission to a Florida Tech master's or doctoral program at the Melbourne, Florida campus may be eligible for a graduate assistantship. Typically, graduate assistantships provide students with a wage, tuition-waiver, or both, in exchange for teaching or research assistance.
International students are eligible for graduate assistantships in some academic units. English language proficiency requirements for graduate assistantships apply.
Interested students must complete an Assistantship Application and submit it directly to the Office of Graduate Admission by Jan. 15.
Visit the Graduate Student Assistantships Office for more detailed information.
Full tuition scholarship assistance is available for graduate research assistants working toward a doctoral degree through the Doctoral Graduate Research Assistant Tuition Scholarship (DGRATS) program.
DGRATS is a program through which Florida Tech provides full tuition scholarships, on a semester to semester basis, to doctoral students who are receiving wages from an externally-funded research grant or contract.
Melbourne campus students who are supported by 15 hours per week (or more) of research or grant wages, or who are on full national fellowships, are eligible for the DGRATS program. This applies to both domestic and international students.
Specific details, including frequently asked questions, about DGRATS may be found on the Graduate Student Assistantships Office DGRATS page.
The following is a list of donated scholarships and is a representative sample of awards that may be available to admitted graduate students.
*indicates endowed fellowship